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  • New + Notable

    New products for sustainable homes, including a heat pump water heater, coconut tiles, low-flow toilets, and reflective roofing.

  • The EcoDEEP Haus Is a Lesson in Renovation and Sustianability

    A winner in the Greenhouse category of the 2009 Evergreen Awards, the EcoDEEP Haus doubles the size of a 1940s bungalow but cuts its energy use nearly in half

  • Supper Club Incorporates Sustainability

    Sustainability is woven into the Red Stag Supper Club, Minneapolis, so well its patrons may not notice the conservation measures.

  • Clinicians and Researchers Come Together at a Sustainable Conference Center

    The Geisinger Health System's new green building is attracting the country's best health-care professionals.

  • Winery Leads to Nature

    By using simple, natural materials and blurring the lines between indoors and out, the Novelty Hill Januik Winery in Woodinville, Wash., connects wine enthusiasts to nature.

  • Aquia Dual-Flush Toilet by Toto

    Each bath is furnished with an Aquia dual-flush toilet by Toto. The two-piece unit operates at 1.6 and 0.9 gallons per flush and comes with a push-button flush option and a soft-close seat upgrade. 888.295.8134.

  • WaterSense Standards Bring Low-Flow Faucets, Showerheads to the Forefront

    Water-conserving bath fixtures enter the mainstream as the EPA’s WaterSense standards take effect.

  • Water Conservation Plays Key Green Role in New Mexico Condominiums

    In the dry climate of New Mexico, water conservation takes center stage in any discussion of green building. Bill Roth, president of Clear Creek Management Corp., is showing that efficient practices needn’t require special training or special orders.

  • New + Notable

    Kohler. The industry’s first one-piece, 1.0-gpf, high-efficiency toilet with pressure assist technology, the San Raphael Pressure Lite uses compressed air to propel water for strong flushing power. According to the firm, the toilet, which carries the EPA WaterSense label, can save a household of...

  • High-efficiency Toilets Minimize Water Use

    The toilet is not something most homeowners want to discuss in much detail, aside from style preferences. Many don't realize that there is another aspect to choosing a toilet: water consumption. According to the EPA, toilets account for approximately 30 percent of indoor water use in the home.